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Disability Needs

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What’s Happened

We were able to meet a greater range of needs for students with disabilities including:

  • The addition of over 1,000 apartment spaces for undergraduates, meeting a wide range of disability needs.

  • The addition of multiple types of housing spaces in each neighborhood that can accommodate emotional support animals (ESAs).

We’ve added a second nut-sensitive dining hall on east campus (now in Ricker & Stern) and redesigned the dining plan so that students can have access to a broad set of dining options, regardless of where they live.

Joel Chapman and Rachael Coleman. Credit:  Linda A. Cicero / Stanford News Service
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What’s Next

Student Affairs is launching a disability task force to look at how we can continue to meet the needs of all students.  More soon!

Ricker Dining Hall, a peanut allergy free dining hall, during the Halloween season.